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Driving
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If you have planned to drive in the Czech Republic, you will need an international driver’s license that you can obtain at your local AAA. You also have to bring your proof of payment/receipt of the compulsory car insurance (also called “green card”). The car must have the international number plate of the country of its registration.

If you want to use Czech highways you must purchase a Highway sticker. These stickers are sold in gas stations, post offices, and border crossings.
A sticker for 10 days costs 5 euros, for 1 month, 8, 20 euros and if you come to live in Czech Republic you might buy a sticker for one year which will cost you 26, 5 euros.
The speed limit on highways is 130km/h, 90 on other roads and 50 in towns.
For more information: www.uamk.cz

It is not very easy to drive in Prague as there are plenty of one-way streets, no-turns, and a serious lack of parking space.  For the security of your vehicle, it is recommended to park it in controlled parking and garages.
Watch for buses and trams; you must give way to them. Beware; trams will be on your left and not easily seen.

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